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WANTED. WANTED, Midday Waitress.—Strand Cafe, Qneen-st.. , 61 WANTED, a Competent Dressmaker for a few "M.C.," Newton P.O. _____ 8 WANTED, Woman do Plain Cooking; good wages; good home. —Apply J.C., Star Office. 94 ANTED, a Tonth for blacksmith's shop. —Gee and iPotter,. Coachbuilders. Lorne-st. • 44 ANTED, Good Girl at oncefhelp housework; no children; sleep home.—43, Karangahape-rd. ■ 10* ___.fED a Slaughter Man and a.Riderout tor Napier. —Apply at once. Teasdale, Vlctoria-st. . . ' WANTED, Cnllfont; must be in good order.—State price, etc., to Callfont, 442, Star Office. 6 WANTED, respectable, energetic Man for Bread Cart. —Send age, references, Ford, Baker, Walhi. ANTED, Several Assistants, with one ' or two years'' experience.—Apply Johu Court, Ltd., Queen-st. _ 57 WANTED, good General; two in family, light place, liberal holidays; wages 15/.—Apply Star Office. WANTED, Plumber by the day; good wages for good man. —E. V. Pollard, Clonbern-rd., Remuera. 28 WANTED, a General Servant; country girl preferred.—Mrs. Barr, Boardingbouse, "Wharf, Onehunga. - ANTED, a Lady Help, no washing; other help kept; 15/; references required.—Apply Star Office. ANTED, Coat Hands, Machinists, Trousers Finishers; also Skirt Machinists.— Apply F.M. King and Co., 103, Albert-st. 12 WANTED, good General, by the end of month; two in family.—Call after 6, Mrs. Hector Pierce, "Bickleigh," Khyoer Pass-rd. . ' 77 WANTED, by certificated young lady, Pupils for piano and singing; homes visited; £1 quarter.—Address Piano, 300 Star Office. • M 458 W .ANTED, Shirt and Deulm Machinists, Finishers, and Appientices; also. Good Coat Hands.—Jordan's Clothing Factory, Alexandra-st. WANTED, experienced General; must be good plain cook; good wages.—Apply Mrs. Itainger, 2nd house past Synagogue, Princes-st. CO WANTED! competent daily finishing Governess; state if able to teach music, and other qualifications.—Reply' U, 100, Star Office. ■ YXfANTED, good General, wages 15/ to 17/, »' no washing, good home; also, Nurseglrt to sleep at home.—Apply Mrs Paykel, Cleve-land-rd., ParneU. 23 TK7ANTED, by middle-aged man. Work at' »-» ■ Garden,' House, etc.; ■ ha;.idy with 1 tools; comf. home, wages immaterial. —'"J„" . 477, Star Office. .101 WAiNTED, after Easter, by young Lady, . thoroughly domesticated, position Lady Help 4 .homely place; references.—Apply- S, 417, .Star Office. ; IS WANTED, Nicholl's Registry, 162, top Sy-monds-st., Cooks, £1; Generals, Remaera, Epsom, ParneU, New Plymouth,, Tau- • ranga,. 15/, 18/, £L ANTED, Reliable Experienced Waitress, 1 5/ per day; start at once.—Apply Waratab Luncheon Rooms, IS7, Queen-st, British Bnildlngs (upstairs). 72 WANTED, General Servant, for small adult family; must toe good plain cook; no washing; good wages to suitable person. . —4th house on right, Victoria-avenue, Be-' ; nmera. 40 ANTED—GirI to assist, 6/; Girl to assist, sleep borne, 7/; Good General, 12/; . Good Cook-Geueral, 15/. Employment' wanted for Housemaid, Lady Help, Companion,, i Housekeeper, Mt*Edeu,. 15/. , Effort is the 'spur" of - 'Sin-' clair;: ; Grafton Registry, Khyber Pass. ANTED Known—Pianofortes Tuned, 5/. .G. Hood, Norman-st., Mt. RosklU-rd. Orders received by Mr Hawkins, Stationer, Queen-st. * ANTED Known—on. Hire, Screw Jacks and Floor Cramps. —James Siator, Architect,. Illuminator, etc.. Government In- - snrance Buildings, Qneea-st AXTEI) - J. R. Willlamson, 410, Queen-st.; alfove" Grey iStatne, ■Uepaiis all kinds of Band, Musical Instruments, at Moderate _^^ AOTEI) wise and; save 2 Guineas. Visit Streeter and Co.* Leading Ladies' Tailors, Pitt-st. and Karanga-hape-rd., opp. Bradstreet's. - ■ 25 ANTED Known.—Edgar and Co., the old-established Dyers and give satisfaction. —Address, Wellesley-st. E. ANTBD.—Auction Sales at Private Residences, conducted by Cochrane, Ltd. Results guaranteed. 'Phone 122. Mill ANTED Known.—That vre deliver Taupiri, Westport, Newcastle, and all Coals; also, Firewood, to any part of the City or -Suburbs at lowest rates.— WINSTONE, LTD., Coal Merchants and ; Carriers, Queen-st., Customs-st., Symondsst., aud Mt. Eden. ANTED Known—Save 5" Guineas. Parisian Costumes, ail prices.—Streeter and Co., Pitt-st. aud Karangahape-rd. 20 ANT E D K _ N O\V NThat you can Furnisih throughout on Easy Terms at the City Supply Stores, 227, Karangahape-rd. Also, Drapery, Clothing, , Boots, Musical Instruments, etc:; (on k 3?iaiios and Sewing Machines only) no deposit required. M 390 TTSTANTED Known—Tailor-made Ready-to- »» Wear Costumes, made by A. S. Streeter and Co., Pitt-st..aud Kaiangahapeird. (opp. Bradstreet,' Drape'i), from Signs. ANTED Known,—lf you are Moving, ring up 'phone 2157; cheapest furniture removing vans in town. —W. B. Snook, Carrier, Eden Terrace. ANTED Known.—That all Cabliietinakers and Furniture Workers In any part of New Zealand will receive a Catalogue,'with the la L est designs of Woodcarviug and Price List, upon forwarding 1/ ;to Black Bros.' Artistic Woodcarvlng . Studio, 203, Kaiangahape-rd., Auckland. The price charged tor catalogue will be reduced from first order of Wood Carving exceedlng lb/.—BLACK BROS. WANTED Known—Save 2 Guineas. OURS the only establishment in Auckland where you get Ready-to-Wear Costumes'made by tailors.—Streeter and Co., Karangahape-rd. 25 ■V/ITANTED Known —Wigs and TransformaVV tions made to order; prices low;.comblugs made up, 2/ per oz.—Miss Wrigley, 93, Karangahape-rd. " 82 WA N. T E D X N O W i>— A SHORT PRICE LIST. FURNITURE—Green Blinds, on patent spring rollers, complete • with fittings, 1/11; Wire Wove aiattresses from 0/6; Wire Wove Stretchers, 11/o; Flax Mattress* from S/6; Kapok Mattresses, 13/U; Bedsteads from m/ 6; Couches, 30/; nice Duchess Pairs, 4S/G; Combination Chests i from 32/0 to 00/; Sideboards from 67/tf; - Wardrobes; Kitchen Chairs, 2/11; Child- . ren's High Chairs, 5/6; YV.B. Chairs, U/; Floor Cloth, 1/3 per yard; Linoleum; Handsome Curtain Poles, in Iron, Oak, Mahogany, Walnut, with all fittings complete, 2/3; etc.. etc. TRAVELLING TRUNKS —Special Strong ' Steel Travelling Trunks, with strong brass lock, from 6/0; also Steel Hat Boxes from 3/6 to 7/0. ! CUTLERT —A splendid assortment of Table Cutlery, by well known Sheffield t makers; White-handled Table Knives, 2/6 the halt dozen; a very Special Line, 6/ the half dozen; Carving Knives and Forks, from 3/6 per Pair; Solid Nickel Tea Spoons, 2/ the half dozen; Forks, Table Spoons, etc. A splendid Saw Bread Knife, 1/; Razors, 2/6 upwards; Pen Knives, two blades, from 6d to 5/; a real good Sheath . Knife, complete with leather sheath, 1/9. t EP. WARE —A Flue Assortment of Nickel Plated Cruets of four bottles and ' more, from 4/6, 5/6, 6/6, upwards. '. USEFUL HOUSEHOLD ARTICLES— ' Box Iron, 2/6; Patent Draught Iron, 4/6; ; Sad Iron, 1/3; Scales and Weights, from ! 5/11; Spring Balances, to weigh 251b, Bd, 501b, V; Enamel Kettles from 2/; Tin ' Kettles from lOd; Cotper Bottom Kettles ; from 1/11; Solid Copper Kettles, 4/6; Meat 1 Mincers, 3/t»; Spirit Stove, 9d; Kerosene 1 Stoves, very handy; from ?/. 1 GAS GOODS—Gas Rings, 1/9, 2/, 2/3, to ; 3/6; Gag Iron, 4/0; Gas Grills, 12/0; Steel . • Gas Tubing, from 1/3 per length. I At H. R. SHROFF'S, General Importer, 106 and KM, VICTOUIA-ST. , M3lO

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 8 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 85, 10 April 1909

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